Archive of: Business Casual, Commentary, Economy, Georgia View, Guest Commentary, Neely Young

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Georgia View: Changing Of The Guard

Georgia View: Changing Of The Guard

A little change can be a good thing. When it comes to the smooth flow of legislative bodies, however, it can also gum up the works.

March 2014
Business Casual: And The Boot Goes On

Business Casual: And The Boot Goes On

Illegal parking is a problem, but restaurants and businesses put a lot of effort into attracting patrons. One really bad experience can trump a good marketing campaign.

March 2014
Neely Young: Heart Of The Community

Neely Young: Heart Of The Community

Courthouses are built and designed to reflect the pride of citizens in the communities they serve. They’re also the best place to find a juicy story.

March 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Surf's Up

Sustainable Georgia: Surf's Up

For Georgia’s coastal communities, climate change is no myth. A projected 3.2-foot rise in ocean levels will shift the coastline inward by half a mile, but there are solutions to combat rising sea levels.

February 2014
Economy: Prospects For The A-Team

Economy: Prospects For The A-Team

Atlanta, Athens and Augusta are seeing recoveries fueled in part by new manufacturing projects, the healthcare sector and higher education.

February 2014
Georgia View: Saving Our Counties

Georgia View: Saving Our Counties

While it’s easy to locate efforts to Save the Whales, Save the ‘Hooch,’ preserve historic buildings or any other number of causes, where is the call to Save Our Counties?

February 2014
Neely Young: Strength And Diversity

Neely Young: Strength And Diversity

America is known for its diversity, and Georgia is fast becoming one of the most diverse states in the country. But perhaps we’re not so different after all.

February 2014
Business Casual: Business Clout, Civic Pride

Business Casual: Business Clout, Civic Pride

The tradition of business leaders leveraging their economic power to bring about public good is still strong in Atlanta, due in part to the city’s willingness to get newcomers involved.

February 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Water Watch

Sustainable Georgia: Water Watch

Another water war with Florida, in the form of a lawsuit that’s been filed with the Supreme Court, could last another expensive 10 years, a water official warns.

January 2014
Economy: Golden Rules

Economy: Golden Rules

In the interest of economic development, retiree recruitment makes good sense for some of Georgia’s rural areas.

January 2014
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